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A Tale of Two Suburbs

The checkered past of two racially tense Midwestern suburbs

· Oct 22, 2014 08:47 am

Many have made parallels between the shooting of Mike Brown by a Ferguson police officer and the killing of John Crawford III in a Beavercreek Walmart — but the racial tensions and local reactions surrounding the tragedies differ. ...

Effort to Save Historic Murals Moves Forward

· Oct 22, 2014 09:05 am

In an effort to save the iconic industrial murals that hang in the two shuttered terminals slated for demolition at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Mayor John Cranley has resurrected the city’s Mural Preservation Task Force. ...

City Ends Fiscal Year with $18 Million Budget Surplus

· Oct 22, 2014 09:01 am

The city budget ran an $18 million surplus for the fiscal year ending June 2014, City Manager Harry Black said last week. ...

Lost in Wilberforce

America’s oldest historically black private college is on the verge of losing its accreditation. Can it be saved?

· Oct 22, 2014 08:13 am

Wilberforce must address enormous debt, a deteriorating campus and serious holes in the administration, holes which until very recently included the president of the university, all before December 15, or risk losing its accreditation. ...

True Believers

Charlie Winburn and Cecil Thomas perform political acrobatics in their fight for state Senate

· Oct 15, 2014 08:07 am

Though this year’s election season is marked by some pretty uninspiring races, there’s at least one intriguing undecided contest.
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Food Fight

UC researchers are making important strides against food allergies

· Oct 8, 2014 08:18 am

Just prior to the Food Allergy Research and Education walk in mid-September, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine immunologist Fred Finkelman took the stage to discuss groundbreaking research on suppressing food allergies in mice.
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From the Copy Desk

In case you need a dictionary with the Oct. 22 issue of CityBeat

· Oct 23, 2014 12:11 pm

Good late morning, readers. Roughly 13 more work hours until the weekend... we got this. I think.This week's issue was filled with Words Nobody Uses or Knows, most of which were found in our cover story, Lost in Wilberforce, a piece about how the country's oldest historically black college is dying ...

West Coasters Taste Ohio Delicacies in Real Estate Blog Video

What? Why?

· Oct 23, 2014 12:04 pm

Movoto Real Estate made a video introducing 12 West Coasters to five of Ohio’s favorite dishes. Predictably, the Cincinnati-centric grub gets mass hate by people with extremely sensitive gag reflexes. Here are the best reactions. Glier’s Goetta: On its appearance: “Quinoa sausage?” On its t...

FAILE Mural Unveiled in Covington Tonight

· Oct 23, 2014 11:16 am

Covington’s collection of high-end street art expands today with the unveiling of a vibrant mural created by Brooklyn-based artists FAILE. The mural will cover the rear walls of the adjacent Republic Bank and Donna Salyer’s Fabulous Bridal buildings on the corners of Sixth Street and Madison Ave...

 

A Tale of Two Suburbs

The checkered past of two racially tense Midwestern suburbs

· Oct 22, 2014 08:47 am

Many have made parallels between the shooting of Mike Brown by a Ferguson police officer and the killing of John Crawford III in a Beavercreek Walmart — but the racial tensions and local reactions surrounding the tragedies differ. ...

Lost in Wilberforce

America’s oldest historically black private college is on the verge of losing its accreditation. Can it be saved?

· Oct 22, 2014 08:13 am

Wilberforce must address enormous debt, a deteriorating campus and serious holes in the administration, holes which until very recently included the president of the university, all before December 15, or risk losing its accreditation. ...

Food Fight

UC researchers are making important strides against food allergies

· Oct 8, 2014 08:18 am

Just prior to the Food Allergy Research and Education walk in mid-September, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine immunologist Fred Finkelman took the stage to discuss groundbreaking research on suppressing food allergies in mice.
...

True Believers

Charlie Winburn and Cecil Thomas perform political acrobatics in their fight for state Senate

· Oct 15, 2014 08:07 am

Though this year’s election season is marked by some pretty uninspiring races, there’s at least one intriguing undecided contest.
...

Getting Connected

Free Wi-Fi for Lower Price Hill another step toward empowerment

· Oct 1, 2014 09:33 am

The hotspots provide free Wi-Fi for the entirety of Lower Price Hill courtesy of a partnership between Symmes Township tech company Powernet and Cincinnati Public Schools. ...

Change of Heart

Conservative former justice officials seek to reform Ohio’s death penalty

· Sep 24, 2014 09:18 am

Terry Collins, former director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitations and Corrections, says he’s deeply conservative and strongly believes in the rule of law — and also wants to see the death penalty banned in Ohio. ...

 
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